According to TMZ, Kanye West is ready to hit the road in support of his latest album Jesus Is King "right away." Only a few hours after the long-delayed and rescheduled album hit streaming services, the rapper told the outlet the tour was "coming," and that he had "something different" from the infamous floating stage on his Saint Pablo Tour planned.
With his recent claim that he will move completely from secular rap to exclusively making gospel music, TMZ also reports via sources close to West that he would no longer be performing his old music "in its original form," likely going with the more faith-based and G-rated versions of his most popular hits as he's been doing during his Sunday Service events.
After a few false starts and scrapping of a release date altogether, West finally released the 11-track album Jesus Is King. At press time, he's set to bring the Jesus Is King Experience to The Forum in Los Angeles on Sunday.
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